Recognition of Prior Learning in Higher Education Conference
You won't want to miss the final conference for the Recognition of Prior Learning in Practice (RPLip) project.
Join us online to discuss Recognition of Prior Learning in Higher Education!
Are you a validation (RPL) practitioner working in teaching, learning, research, policy or management? Do you work at a higher education institution, ministry, national agency or quality assurance agency?
If so, we'd like to invite you to join the RPLip project in discussing what we've learned about the successful implementation of RPL in higher education. Among other things, we'll focus on:
- going beyond your role as an individual champion in promoting a strategic, connected and committed institution
- creating a validation-friendly system, from learning outcomes to guidelines and procedures that build on transparent phases - all through identification, documentation and assessment
- enabling effective peer learning
Across Europe, HEIs are focused on contributing to life-long learning in service to their communities and regions. As a part of European, national, and institutional responses, RPL is an essential tool that meets the needs of citizens by supporting flexible learning paths.
Nobody should be required to study something they already know!
Conference date and time
The conference will take place online on 16 March 2021, from 9.30 – 14.45 CET. Be sure to save the date!
The conference is fully booked and registration has been closed. We thank you for your interest!
We have a full day of activities planned with an array of guest speakers.
Please contact Anders Ahlstrand, project coordinator at UHR.
View previous webinars
The project previously organised two short webinars focusing on different aspects of validation in higher education. If you're planning on attending the conference, we recommend that you view the materials from the webinars. The presentations and recordings are available here at the project website.
The event is organised as part of the project “RPL in practice”. Visit the rest of the project website for more information about the project and its project partners.